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Publicity and Candid Photos

Courtesy of imdb

Courtesy of imdb

Courtesy of imdb

7 mujeres, 1 homosexual y Carlos

Carlos has married his pregnant girlfriend, but isn't enjoying married life as much as he thought he would. When he gets a job at an ad agency, his boss suggests Carlos should get a mistress. Veronica plays Lucy, a secretary who is having an affair with the boss. Lucy still has time to chat it up with Carlos though. This Mexican film was released in 2004 and is subtitled.

Club Dread

A serial killer is on the loose at the Club Dread Beach Resort. It's up to the resort staff to stop him in this 2004 comedic horror film. Veronica's character is named Zoe.

She's a dancing queen!

Are you kidding?

Are you really Bill Paxton?

I loved you as Hudson in Aliens!

Can you introduce me to Michael Biehn?


Subterano is the name of both this 2003 film as well as the video game in the movie. Veronica is one of eleven people trapped in an underground garage. They have to play the deadly game and avoid being killed by little robots. Veronica's character is named Monkey, who has very interesting fashion taste.

Yeah, you're happy now...what until you see how bad the movie is!

Look at her outfit!

What's that?

Watch out, Monkey!


Tribe is about a group of sailors who are attacked by pirates and marooned on a deserted island. If being stranded isn't enough, the island still has booby traps left over from World War II. This mini-series was filmed on Queensland in Australia and released in 1999. Veronica is billed simply as "Woman".



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